Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation

Anne Cammas, Brenda Janice Sanchez, Xian Jin Lian, Virginie Dormoy-Raclet, Kate Van Der Giessen, Isabel López De Silanes, Jennifer Ma, Carol Wilusz, John Richardson, Myriam Gorospe, Stefania Millevoi, Matteo Giovarelli, Roberto Gherzi, Sergio Di Marco, Imed Gallouzi

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Abstract

HuR promotes myogenesis by stabilizing the MyoD, myogenin and p21 mRNAs during the fusion of muscle cells to form myotubes. Here we show that HuR, via a novel mRNA destabilizing activity, promotes the early steps of myogenesis by reducing the expression of the cell cycle promoter nucleophosmin (NPM). Depletion of HuR stabilizes the NPM mRNA, increases NPM protein levels and inhibits myogenesis, while its overexpression elicits the opposite effects. NPM mRNA destabilization involves the association of HuR with the decay factor KSRP as well as the ribonuclease PARN and the exosome. The C terminus of HuR mediates the formation of the HuR-KSRP complex and is sufficient for maintaining a low level of the NPM mRNA as well as promoting the commitment of muscle cells to myogenesis. We therefore propose a model whereby the downregulation of the NPM mRNA, mediated by HuR, KSRP and its associated ribonucleases, is required for proper myogenesis.

Original languageEnglish
Article number4190
JournalNature Communications
Volume5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Jun 2014
Externally publishedYes

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muscle fibers
muscle cells
destabilization
Muscle Development
Muscle
Muscles
Messenger RNA
Fibers
depletion
fusion
Cells
Ribonucleases
proteins
Muscle Cells
cycles
decay
Myogenin
Exosomes
Skeletal Muscle Fibers
nucleophosmin

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Cammas, A., Sanchez, B. J., Lian, X. J., Dormoy-Raclet, V., Van Der Giessen, K., De Silanes, I. L., ... Gallouzi, I. (2014). Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation. Nature Communications, 5, [4190]. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms5190

Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation. / Cammas, Anne; Sanchez, Brenda Janice; Lian, Xian Jin; Dormoy-Raclet, Virginie; Van Der Giessen, Kate; De Silanes, Isabel López; Ma, Jennifer; Wilusz, Carol; Richardson, John; Gorospe, Myriam; Millevoi, Stefania; Giovarelli, Matteo; Gherzi, Roberto; Di Marco, Sergio; Gallouzi, Imed.

In: Nature Communications, Vol. 5, 4190, 27.06.2014.

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Cammas, A, Sanchez, BJ, Lian, XJ, Dormoy-Raclet, V, Van Der Giessen, K, De Silanes, IL, Ma, J, Wilusz, C, Richardson, J, Gorospe, M, Millevoi, S, Giovarelli, M, Gherzi, R, Di Marco, S & Gallouzi, I 2014, 'Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation', Nature Communications, vol. 5, 4190. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms5190
Cammas A, Sanchez BJ, Lian XJ, Dormoy-Raclet V, Van Der Giessen K, De Silanes IL et al. Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation. Nature Communications. 2014 Jun 27;5. 4190. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms5190
Cammas, Anne ; Sanchez, Brenda Janice ; Lian, Xian Jin ; Dormoy-Raclet, Virginie ; Van Der Giessen, Kate ; De Silanes, Isabel López ; Ma, Jennifer ; Wilusz, Carol ; Richardson, John ; Gorospe, Myriam ; Millevoi, Stefania ; Giovarelli, Matteo ; Gherzi, Roberto ; Di Marco, Sergio ; Gallouzi, Imed. / Destabilization of nucleophosmin mRNA by the HuR/KSRP complex is required for muscle fibre formation. In: Nature Communications. 2014 ; Vol. 5.
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